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Logmatic vs OK Log: What are the differences?

What is Logmatic? Funnel all logs, metrics and machine events into a single hub. Get a clear overview of what is happening across your distributed environments, and spot the needle in the haystack in no time. Build dynamic analyses and identify improvements for your software, your user experience and your business.

What is OK Log? A distributed and coordination-free log management system. OK Log is a distributed and coördination-free log management system for big ol' clusters. It's an on-prem solution that's designed to be a sort of building block: easy to understand, easy to operate, and easy to extend.

Logmatic and OK Log can be primarily classified as "Log Management" tools.

OK Log is an open source tool with 2.78K GitHub stars and 135 GitHub forks. Here's a link to OK Log's open source repository on GitHub.

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Pros of OK Log
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    Powerful Data Vizualization
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    Live search
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    Super reactive interface
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    Amazing support team
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    Real-time alerts on slack
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    Easy setup
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    Performance
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    It's amazing
  • 17
    Just works. gracefully
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    Superb product. Helps us deliver great customer support
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    What is Logmatic?

    Get a clear overview of what is happening across your distributed environments, and spot the needle in the haystack in no time. Build dynamic analyses and identify improvements for your software, your user experience and your business.

    What is OK Log?

    OK Log is a distributed and coördination-free log management system for big ol' clusters. It's an on-prem solution that's designed to be a sort of building block: easy to understand, easy to operate, and easy to extend.

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